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close elections were won in virginia and nevada and you see the growth of our community and how it doubled the size of the margin of difference in those states for the presidential election. >> talk about how the two groups are similar. party identification is one of them, as you know very well, for the asian-american as well as latino-american groups. party affiliation is not necessarily something that's been historic. their votes are up for play. >> very much so. both for latinos and asian-americans we see a similar pattern among those who have identified with one of the parties, democrats enjoy a much larger advantage for both groups. but you still have about a half of asian-americans and a similar proportion of latinos that have not identified with a party. that suggests that their vote is still very much up for grabs moving forward. >> so they're fairly similar from that perspective. >> absolutely. when it comes to the historical pattern, what we've seen is a bigger shift among asian-americans. from the 1990s to today, we've seen them go from about 31% voting for bill clint
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